SiteRemark.com launches into beta
Jake Stutzman, the Creative Director, is a Nebraska native from Lincoln (Lincoln Northeast graduate) and a graduate of Hastings College. He focuses on design, user experience, and marketing. He is also the owner of Elevate LLC.
John Moorhead, the Director of Business Development, is also a Nebraska native from Hickman, NE (Norris graduate) and a graduate of Hastings College. He then attended the University of Nebraska-Lincoln for his graduate work in Marketing. His last position was for a company out of Brussels (Belgium) working in Data Security.
The three of them were connected after Stutzman and Moorhead were working on their first business venture called Travel and Gather, a product that is currently in development. They called on Evans for development expertise and soon found him to be the missing piece of the puzzle.
This partnership has further developed into multiple internal projects as well as turning their focus outward to help others. Being entrepreneurs at heart, their goal is now to help other entrepreneurs realize their vision and build beautiful and functional applications that make those visions a reality.
Today, they announce their first product release named SiteRemark. SiteRemark is a contextualized communication tool that easily integrates into any website allowing the gap between customers and companies to grow smaller and smaller.
It simplifies customer service and support to a centralized system that allows customers to see progress of their questions, comments, and ideas while promoting a sense of community around the company. Customers are able to answer each others questions as well as receive ‘official responses’ from company employees. The company can take this feedback apply it directly to product development and improvement.
SiteRemark promotes transparent communication and company authenticity without taking the control out of their hands. “We refer to it as a controlled transparency.” said Evans. “Other services in the space literally take companies hostage forcing them to use their service or endure many angry customers. We don’t agree with that model, so we’ve created a service that promotes a similar level of transparency in communication, but only as far as each company wants to get involved,” said Stutzman.
Today, SiteRemark is looking for Beta testers. If interested please contact John Moorhead.